Nov 19, 4 years ago

Nationalised Services Novices Carrom Championship

Nationalised Services Novices Carrom Championship

Randula and Kumari take titles

K.E.R. Randula (Bank of Ceylon) and Kumari Dissanayake (National Savings Bank) emerged men’s and women’s singles carrom champions of the Nationalised Services Novices Carrom Championship held at the headquarters of the Carrom Federation in Maharagama recently.

The tournament was conducted by the Nationalised Services Carrom Association and over 200 players from 24 organizations participated.

Results:

Men’s singles:

Champion: K.E.R. Randula (Bank of Ceylon)
Runner-up: D.R. Kumara (National Savings Bank)

Women’s singles:

Champion: Kumari Dissanayake (National Savings Bank)
Runner-up: H.M.K.K. Herath (Sri Lanka Transport Board)

Men’s Doubles:

Champions: M.P. Mangala and K. Niranjan (Lake House)
Runners-up: Chinthaka Gunasekera and M.C. Kumara (Petroleum Corporation)

Women’s Doubles:

Champions: Nilanthi Sumanasekera and Kumari Dissanayake (National Savings Bank)
Runners-up: Aruni Samarakoon and Lasanthi Thalgaspitiya (Water Board)

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